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POV45: Region, Division and Type of Residence -- Poverty Status for Families With Related Children Under 18 by Family Structure: 2009

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2010 Annual Social and Economic Supplement.

(Numbers in thousands)

  Families (total) (10) Married-couple families (11) Families with a male householder, no wife present Families with a female householder, no husband present
All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6)

Hispanic (any race) (12)
 
Families with related children
  under 18 years, total (13)
7,058 3,751 53.1 4,397 1,977 45.0 606 316 52.2 2,055 1,457 70.9

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
6,555 3,450 52.6 4,069 1,815 44.6 557 285 51.2 1,929 1,350 70.0
      Inside principal cities 3,414 1,927 56.4 1,972 956 48.5 315 168 53.4 1,127 803 71.2
      Outside principal cities 3,141 1,523 48.5 2,097 859 41.0 242 117 48.2 802 547 68.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 502 301 59.9 328 163 49.5 48 31 (B) 125 107 85.4

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
969 488 50.4 455 160 35.1 91 41 44.8 423 288 68.1
  Inside metro statistical areas 945 478 50.5 439 155 35.2 89 41 45.4 417 283 67.8
      Inside principal cities 537 303 56.4 215 95 44.4 50 23 (B) 273 184 67.6
      Outside principal cities 408 175 42.9 224 59 26.4 39 17 (B) 144 98 68.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 23 11 (B) 16 5 (B) 1 0 (B) 6 5 (B)
Midwest 556 308 55.4 342 161 47.1 80 47 58.9 133 99 74.6
  Inside metro statistical areas 492 273 55.4 298 141 47.3 74 42 (B) 120 90 75.2
      Inside principal cities 255 159 62.6 134 73 54.4 49 30 (B) 71 57 (B)
      Outside principal cities 238 114 47.7 164 68 41.6 25 12 (B) 48 33 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 64 35 (B) 44 20 (B) 6 6 (B) 13 9 (B)
South 2,609 1,435 55.0 1,715 802 46.8 169 94 55.9 725 538 74.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 2,366 1,286 54.3 1,555 721 46.3 147 81 55.3 665 484 72.9
      Inside principal cities 1,226 708 57.8 780 384 49.2 77 47 60.5 369 278 75.3
      Outside principal cities 1,140 578 50.6 775 337 43.5 70 35 (B) 295 206 69.8
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 243 149 61.3 160 81 50.9 22 13 (B) 60 54 (B)
West 2,924 1,520 52.0 1,885 854 45.3 266 134 50.4 774 531 68.7
  Inside metro statistical areas 2,752 1,413 51.4 1,776 798 44.9 247 122 49.4 728 493 67.7
      Inside principal cities 1,396 756 54.2 844 404 47.9 139 69 49.5 414 283 68.5
      Outside principal cities 1,355 657 48.5 933 394 42.3 108 53 49.2 314 209 66.6
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 173 107 61.8 108 56 51.7 19 12 (B) 46 38 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
163 90 54.9 60 20 (B) 17 7 (B) 86 62 72.4
Middle Atlantic 805 399 49.5 395 140 35.4 73 33 (B) 337 226 67.0
East North Central 408 212 52.1 259 117 45.2 60 32 (B) 89 64 71.3
West North Central 148 96 64.5 84 44 53.0 21 16 (B) 44 36 (B)
South Atlantic 893 443 49.6 605 262 43.2 60 35 (B) 228 146 64.2
East South Central 90 56 61.6 59 27 (B) 7 4 (B) 25 25 (B)
West South Central 1,626 937 57.6 1,051 514 48.9 102 55 54.1 473 367 77.7
Mountain 733 413 56.4 444 212 47.8 75 40 (B) 214 161 75.5
Pacific 2,192 1,106 50.5 1,441 642 44.6 191 95 49.4 560 370 66.1

Poverty Footnotes

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